Sharing the entire source list and DIY project details from our holiday hot chocolate bar. Find out how to create your own!
Last week I shared the hot cocoa station (aka hot chocolate bar) I put together for the holiday season. As promised, I’m sharing the details of that project with you today. Before you read on, be sure to grab a cup of deliciousness for yourself!
Before I get to the DIY details and source list, here are a few more photos to refresh your memory…
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Hot Chocolate Bar Projects and Source List
Items I Already Had
- Straws- Partystock
- Glass candle pedestal- Restoration Hardware
- Apothecary jar, metal caddy and cake plate- Winners
- Hammered metal jug- Hudson’s Bay
- Antique spoons and small pedestal plate were wedding gifts
- Snowflake glass canisters- DIY project
- Frames for chalkboard and sprinkles shaker- Thrift Shop
DIY Framed Chalkboards
To make the chalkboards, I painted the wooden picture frames I found in our storage room white. Next, I cut a piece of thin wood to fit each opening, then painted them out in chalkboard paint.
Before you use your newly created chalkboard, prime the surface by rubbing with a piece of chalk on its side and then wiping with a dry rag. It prevents the first drawing from being permanently etched on the surface.
Hot Chocolate Party Favour
For the to-go pouches, I simply filled a cellophane bag with hot chocolate mix, white and dark chocolate chips and a large marshmallow. Then I tied it up with ribbon.
Next, I glued ribbon around the cup, leaving enough room to stick the straw through.
To see more photos, check out the original post: Nostalgic Hot Cocoa Station
Have any other questions about my hot chocolate bar? Post them in the comments section below and I’ll be happy to get back to you!
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